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of our city's history in the city's chinese-american history. i would like to invite laura li to come up to the podium. for those of you who have not heard, she has been embedded in the history of our city and particular the city of the struggles of the chinese-american community. she came to seven cisco 1949 as a young immigrant; she graduated from galileo high school. she joined the chinese-american democratic youth league, at progressive organization within the chinese american community. i know it is hard for us to appreciate this today but at that time, chinese-american organizations were subjected to surveillance and harassment of the federal government, by the fbi as well elements of the chinese american community. laura has been and was a heroine in furthering these causes in the fight. ever since those days she has continued to engage in progressive causes and community service. she has been involved in significant groundbreaking research into chinese-american history. as an aside, she supported her late husband mark li, after whom the chinatown branch library is named. laura'
written about laura's law that some of the post poignant arguments from family members that they have done everything they can do but don't know how to help a loved one. what would you have done? could force treatment made a difference? >> yes. absolutely. laura's law is not forced treatment. i don't know why mr. vega keeps using that word because laura's law is an upfront tool before somebody needs crisis. if they are proven to be a danger to themselves or someone else, a judge tries to get a treatment team and they try to talk with this person and figure out a way for them to stay out of the hospital. we have forced treatment, we have 51/50. my son has been through 51/50 numerous times. he's been slammed with this. this is a horrible experience. laura's law is a tool, only a tool that may help. for whoever can help, and thank god they don't to have go through the other part. i would say the same thing as this officer said is that some people can't help themselves. the not civil to sit here and watch people lose their lives. i can tell you that. i have been in groups for 4-and-a-half y
. >> in 1986 laura walk toug church in new york and pass a 11 year old boy who said he was hungly and he asked for mon tow buy food. she kept walk then she stop went back to maurice anded to take him to mcdonalds for a burger. his mom on drugs and dad in a street gang and laura knew that high needed more than a meal and next four years laura and maurice they met every monday for lunch and today after 26 years they considered each other family and their story is told in a remarkable new book call would the invisible thread. would you please welcome them. thank you so much. for being here. laura and maurice. this is one of the most touching and refreshing and inspiring stories that i have read in a long time and the book is fantastic and i thought if you made it up. i wouldn't have believed it. it is a true story and walk would by the kid just a few blocks from the studio in new york. you turned around and why. why did you turn around? what resonated with me is the words i am hungry and i had never seen a 11 year old pan handler before i couldn't believe he said those words and i said to him. we
" discusses electronic privacy with grover norquist and laura murphy. series.r "first ladies" fourth amendment reads the right of people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched. this is "the communicators." our guests are grover norquist of american tax reform and laura murphy of the american civil liberties. they have teamed up. laura murphy, what is this group you have formed? >> it is a combination of think tanks and advocacy organizations and major internet service providers like google and yahoo and at&t. it is a group of interested people who want changes in our electronic medications privacy ions privacyuniat law. we need to updated. the last time the electronic communications privacy act was updated was in 1986. a lot has changed. does theind of access government have to our e-mails today? >> right now it is not treated like regular snail mail. .hey can go into
in america. >> okay. here we go. here's t first lady, laura bush that's being introduced. let's watch this occasion. >> welcome, everyone. welcome to all of our friends and family who have joined us today. be seated. welcome to all of our friends and family who have joined us today from around the country and around the world. thank you, all, for coming, and a special welcome to president obama and michelle, to president clinton and secretary clinton, to president carter and roslyn, and finally we're thrilled to have our father and mother, president george h.w. bush and barbara bush. i know for the presidential families that nothing says an exciting get-together more than an invitation to come an see millions of documents from someone else's time in office. so thank you all very much for coming. a warm welcome to the former heads of state who have joined us, the diplomatic cox the members of the united states congress and our armed forces, and we're especially happy to see the familiar faces of so much of the bush/cheney administration. in the united states the presidency is not just
for tax reform and laura murphy of the american civil liberties union. they are not on opposite sides on this issue, they have teamed up. laura murphy, what is this group that you've formed called digital fourth? >> guest: it's a combination of think tanks, advocacy organization toes, major internet service providers like google, yahoo!, at&t. it's a group of interested people who want changes in our electronic communications privacy laws. and we need to update those laws. the last time the electronics communications privacy act was updated was in 1986, and a lot has changed since then. >> host: grover norquist, what kind of access do law enforcement officials, the government, have to our e-mails right now? >> guest: it's not traded as if it's regular snail mail. they can go into it if it's been parked with a third party, put in the cloud. what we need to do is just update the law to go alongside the changes in technology instead of sending each other letters, we send each other e-mail. instead of keeping your letter in your pocket or your home, you may store it in a cloud somewhere.
as criticism. i flew here to talk to the president and laura bush directly from boston. that's where i began our conversation. >> as the man who was commander in chief on 9/11, what went through your mind as the explosions happened at the boston marathon? >> i was reminded that evil exists and there are people in the world who are willing to kill innocent people to advance a cause. i don't know what this cause is, but we'll find out. during the same week in a town close to us in crawford, a plant exploded. both incidents remind me how fragile life can be for some and both incidents, you know, made us weep, knowing that somebody was hurting a lot. >> i want to ask you, based on what you know now, instead of the rums feld doctrine that you adopted what your dad did and gone in with overwhelming force? >> in my book i point out there are some tactics that need to be revisited. on the other hand, the removal of saddam hussein was the right decision, more secure. the iraqky people have a chance to live in a free society. the museum it does give people the opportunity to hear the different points
about treatment and in your chronicle about laura's law that you think the need to help the vast majority of people who do want treatments. but aren't there cases as we are hearing today that force treatment is necessary? >> well, so i have been working in mental health field for about 22 years various places across the country. i have worked in crisis programs here and in new york city and pretty much ever phase of program there is. i have been a suicide prevention interventionist, i guess after this, the one thing i want to say that force is not treatment. one thing that we have learned in the community mental health system which was set up in the 60s partly to answer the need for social justice around mental health is that people respond to dignity and fair treatment. and the -- as an example of the -- i think that the psych so physiology is that it's still very coneject ral. that doesn't really matter. the one thing that i have realized in working with people in all sorts of states, regardless of what you call their state, they respond to, if you treat them with love, with k
w. bush and mrs. laura bush. [applause] i've had the honor of calling them my friends for more than 40 years and i've been privileged to witness firsthand the instead resolve and principled leadership of president bush. those who come here will learn about that leadership and about a consequential time in american history. researchers and scholars will study the presidential records housed in the archives. students and museum visitors will learn about the modern american presidency, first decade of the 21st century, and the story of george and laura bush. on the other side of this building is the george w. bush institute. here, thinkers and doers are working to advance freedom and defend the principles that guided president and mrs. bush throughout their lives and through their service to texas, america and the world. today is the day to celebrate president and mrs. bush for their commitment to this country, to honor the american presidency and to look forward to the impact this most important civic institution will leave on the lives of people in our country and around the world. w
, the choice is clear. centrum. >> in 1986 laura walk toug church >> 1986, she went to work and passed a 11-year-old boy maurice, who said he was hungry. he asked for money for food. she kept walking, but then stopped, walked back and walked back to maurice, and she offered to take him to mcdonald's, and. she knew he needed more than a meal. for the next four years, laura and maurice met for lunch. and today after 20 years, they're like family. the book is now "the invisible thread." . thank you for being here, laura and maurice of. [applause] >> this is one of the most touching, and refreshing and inspiring stories i've read. the book is fantastic and i thought, if you made this up, i wouldn't have believed it, but it's a true story. you walked by this kid a few blocks from our studio here in new york and he said i'd like change, i'm hungry. and you walk by and you turned around. why? why did you turn around? >> i turned around because what resonated with me were the words, i'm hungry. i'd never seen a 11-year-old panhandler before and so i just couldn't believe he said those word. so i w
it, you know it when you see it. last night bill o'reilly booked laura ingraham on his show and set about to prove there's no feud. the segment began badly with laura saying first of all there is a feud. >> well, number one, i would say, bill, there is a feud. i mean, i think you and limbaugh, you are both friends of mine, so i'm in this position, i think when you said they have to do more than bible thump, i don't think you really needed to say that. >> okay. now watch bill o'reilly prove there's no feud. >> there's no feud between me and limbaugh. i don't talk to limbaugh. i never said anything about limbaugh on this program. >> all right then. that proves it. there's no feud with limbaugh. i don't talk to limbaugh. that sounds like no feud at all, of course. and for the rest of the interview o'reilly argued with laura ingraham about bible thumping. here is where i find myself completely comfortably in full agreement with mr. bill o'reilly. >> why did you use the word thump? why did you use the word thump? >> that's the way you get it across. there are bible thumpers, all they do
or particularly polarizing issues, but because i believe in it. i believe that laura's law outpatient treatment is a tool among many tools that we have in the mental health system to try to engage people in a recovery based way. the foundation of laura's law is a multidisciplinary team trying to engage people, trying to give them as much say in the treatment plan as they are willing to provide and when you read the description in nevada county that has it fully implemented. when you meet the people who work they are, they believe in the same things that mr. vega was mentioning, love kindness, i think that's why we all do this work but there are individuals like my mother, maybe like his son who need a little bit of extra help. i think that sometimes oftentimes clients see judges differently than they see their doctors. they are more line listening to judges than their doctors and than can be a very effective push into treatment, and that sometimes not pushing them in that way prevents them from getting into treatment in the beginning. what i found is that that is the first step to recovery. onc
to play that piece no matter where we are.track. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome laura republican powell jobs chair and co-founder of college track. >> thank you. good morning on behalf of the board, staff and students of college track it's my pleasure to welcome you to the bay center. it's an honor to have you here today and mayor lee welcome back. your support for the student is important. even though people talk about globaltion people are local and jobs are local. each of us each day can fix the neighborhood. real progress is credit place specific and - this concreteness is one of the benefits of college track. it lift up one student after another it looks after and supports individuals. it stands or falls on the local individual concrete attention. there is nothing global about it's on the difference even though we believe that other institutions like ours with help the world. slowly we partially we build out. we're great deal of that mayor lee has chosen to make his first state of the city address here. it sends a message for all student in san francisco. you know that thi
possible than andident george w. bush mrs. laura bush. [applause] of callinge honor them my friends for more than 40 and i've been privileged to witness firsthand the instead principled leadership of president bush. those who come here will learn leadership and about consequential time in american history. researchers and scholars will presidential records housed in the archives. students and museum visitors modernarn about the american presidency, first decade of the 21st century, and the story of george and laura bush. on the other side of this is the george w. bush institute. here, thinkers and doers are advance freedom and defend the principles that mrs. bushsident and throughout their lives and through their service to texas, america and the world. today is the day to celebrate president and mrs. bush for their commitment to this honor the american presidency and to look forward this mostact important civic institution will leave on the lives of people in country and around the world. we are honored that you have joined us today. welcome. [applause] ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen,
treatment. it was named after laura wilcox, a mental health worker who had been shot to death by a man who refused treatment. the county r remains the only county to implement the law. there have been other counties in los angeles county and other counties who are considering it. >> why have they not adopted the law. what is it about forced treatment and the consequences for an allowing refusing treatment. we have a panel who have a knowledge of this subject in some cases because of their professional endeavors and in some cases because of personal experiences and in some cases, both. let me introduce them. karen chen is an attorney manager for the san francisco public defenders office, kathy, whose son battled mental illness, can is a subject treatment expert for the medical center. danny is the associate director for the serial neeb breet program for the city of san diego. and san francisco chief of police. gary is a psychiatrist and laura's law advocate and eduardo vega of the mental health association of san francisco. let me start by opposing a question to karen chen from the public
george w. bush and wife laura have their first grandchild. a girl for jenna bush hager. margaret laura hager was born saturday night and will be known as mila. congratulations. >>> now for a look at what's moving your money. to cnbc's brian shactman. >> all that glitters is not gold. prices fell to a two-year low and investors are selling commodities worried the federal reserve and other global central banks will soon pull the plug on economic stimulus. it is a monday in the world of business. that often means mergers. ther thermo-fisher buying life technologies which makes genetic testing equipment for $13 billion and would be one of the biggest of 2013. general notes and ford are teaming up to work on more fuel efficient emissions and go into most of their new vehicles and both companies say they could save millions which could keep prices competitive. back to you. >> that's a lot of gear. >>> how high will we go? the dow and s&p both set several new all-time records last week and in fact in less than four months the s&p has already blown past targets set by some analyst for the end
feared. laura anthony is in west tonight. >>reporter: i am stand about half mail northwest of where the plant is located. tonight you can see emergency vehicle still on scene there. investigators combing through is what left of that plant. all day. still trying to figure out exactly why it exploded. >> i guess amoney why catching fire with the air that's about to blow. like something inside was saying go now you are about to die. >>reporter: the young family lived in the apartment building in west texas. that were blown to bits by wednesday night massive explosion. he knew when the plant was just on fire it was time to get his young son and wife out of the house. >> we got in the car and we started to leave and then i turned to the right and about 10 seconds later one block and then the thing exploded. it blew. pushed the car down and the car literally wept up on the side only on 2 wheels. >>reporter: like a big crack of thunder. but friend was also home when the fire starte started. was still there when the fertilizer exploded. her house is okay but not her sister's. >>
at the motives, but we just do not know. let's go to boston. my colleague laura trevelyan is there. boston is on lockdown. if must be very eery. >> yes, the police here in watertown are still going house by house, door by door. they completed 60%, 70% of their search. ey also tell us they have received significant lead, wch they are following up on now. we are expecting an update from the police shortly on the status of the investigation. in the meantime, people in watertown are in their homes. they are not going out. it is a surreal atmosphere. helicopters are circling overhead. this normally tranquil boston suburb is a crime scene. >> laura, boston is one of the busiest cities in america. presumably there are people there behind you, but if you drive around the town, is it a ghost town today? >> yes. what is fascinating here, katty, is it what the motive of these two suspect was? did be that two young men who were educated here, seemed to have such a grudge against the united states that it would undertake this complex plot and carry it through while they were residents? all week, it has
run. >> it would be great, you know? >> george and laura bush give abc news a look at life after the white house. and he has been called the frank sinatra of his generation. but this crooner's life hasn't always been about feeling good. we are on the town with michael buble. >> few for joining us tonight. so much of the investigative energy is how could these two brothers turn on the country that took them in? a chilling trail left by tamerlan tsarnaev, the elder and apparent master mine. >> for a while, the man police considered the master mine of marathon bombings seemed like a normal young guy, the kind who made videos of himself joking around in russian and posted them on youtube. who liked to wear fancy clothes, who was considered a hot shot boxer. the mystery, one in which we are gathering fresh clue tonight is how this man who came to this country for a letter life, where he got freedom, safety, education and even welfare checks, how this man allegedly turned on america so mercilessly. tamerlan tsarnaev didn't start out so menacing. here he is as a baby on iz h mom's lap.
. at the bottom of the hour is when former first lady laura bush will talk. a lot of people are excited to hear her addressing all of her family and friends who are in the audience today, about 12:42 eastern time is when former president jimmy carter is going to make his remarks. about 47 after the hour is when president george h.w. bush. bush 41 no doubt a very proud father on this day is going to address the crowd. that is really special that he is able to be here. as we know he has been in poor health and was hospitalized around thanksgiving. a 52 after the hour is when president clinton will get up and address this crowd, and then right before the top of the hour at noon eastern time is when president barack obama will take the stage, and then of course, everyone wants to know the man of the hour, george w. bush himself will take the stage at 12:13 eastern time. the 43rd president of the united states. this audience is packed with head of state, dignitaries, members of his administration, a truly spectacular day to be witnessing here in person, jon. jon: i would not want to be the person wh
. bush and his wife laura welcomed their first grandchild. jenna gave birth to margaret laura mila. both jenna and mila are healthy. the familiar will is, as expected, elated. congratulations, jenna. >>> as always, why are you awake? send us an e-mail or tweet me. we'll read the best responses later in the show. still ahead on "way too early," adam scott is your masters champion. this one needed more than just four rounds. we'll show you all the drama that led the australian to his first green jacket. >>> then we'll head to the water cooler. why will ferrell was kanye. it had nothing to do with will ferrell's awesome suit. that story and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. >> jackie robinson opens the dodger's second with a home run into the left field seats. they beat the braves by a run in their home front. jackie robinson is the spark plug. he gets them off and running to prove how rough it can be. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy,
on "the young turks" is laura from the daily coast. laura joins us from new york. tell me something, laura when you heard about this, what is your first gut reaction to hearing that the president was going to actually give a little bit on these cost of living adjusts, these colas and social security and medicare? >> really, it was a face palm because once go enwe're seeing the president start off the negotiation process already having compromised. as we know it's never going to be enough for these republicans. >> michael: you know laura when i first heard it, and you know i'm somebody who does like the president, but i'm also somebody who said that he will lose me. i will have evolved completely on barack obama if he cuts social security. at the same time as i was a little bit wary about with what he was doing i sort of saw in it as well potential like i said before political brilliance, do you see that at all. he'll put the republicans in a corner and they'll never support what he's offering? >> there is this argument that he can make republicans look worse than they already look all the
a closer look at it ladies, thanks very much. laura ingraham on deck. celebrating the death of margaret thatcher. do you believe this is is happening? i don't believe this is happening. also jay-z and beyonce in cuba. is that legal? laura, moments away. >> bill: back of the book segment, beyonce and jay-z flouncing around cuba and joy over the death of margaret thatcher. >> i am celebrating. i'm celebrating the fact that margaret thatcher is dead today. i'm here to celebrate with everyone else just to everything that she stood for i'm opposed to. >> thatcher's death? i think it's a celebration around the world. millions of people. she started a legacy and that legacy was turning over public services and starting the greed for the bankers. >> that woman made my youth a sery. i think she was to blame for most of the ills in society. >> bill: all right, joining us now from washington to analyze laura ingraham. it's pathetic some people are so poisoned by ideology that they just can't say okay, look, i disagreed with her or whatever. but i'm sorry for her family. i said a prayer for her, wh
cookies. i met laura and susan who bake cookies for cancer. after spending some time with them i understood why it was a labor of love. every day, this mother/daughter duo are elbow deep in mixing bowls, running the gourmet ginger cookie company, susan snaps. laura and susan do everything by hand, from the cranking and baking to the packaging and selling. it's a small company with a big mission. at 22 years old, susan was diagnosed with a type of cancer called hodgkin's lymphoma right before her college graduation. this was a diagnosis her mother knew all too well. laura's older sister, also named susan, passed away at the young age of 28 from that very disease. if that wasn't enough, laura's husband had also been diagnosed with cancer. >> when you look at how many different hats you've worn with cancer, a sister, a wife, a mom, was there a point where you thought, seriously? like couldn't we share the wealth? like this is too much. >> it can be very lonely. and i am very, i like to you know, be able to take charge and feel like we've got it under control. >> you like to fix ever
day edition of laura's likes. >> and we could have a fewave a fe showers in the forecast forect tomorrow. gary is back with all of the e details. >>> it's tuesday and time for laura's t likes. li and today laura joins us with with green laura's likes. earth day is the 22nd as you mentioned. mentione tips for cleaning your home thehome the green away. i'm going to start withth organizing your reusable bags. re this is so helpful especially if you're like me and you forgetfo your bags altogether and they're in a state of disarray in your car. more of us are toying around with a stack of reusable bags inin our trunks, more cities are creating bag taxes it's the caseit's the in our area.ur the tote buggy is a way to organize your bags and add aadd little flare. fla it's slim so you can keep itkeep between the driver's seat andseat an the console. inside it a buggy car keys thethe mesh bag inside can be used for produce. tote buddy hit the market a fewa days ago. they're made in the u.s., there's several designsde including a chalk kit which which comes with actually called chalk
streets we won't give up. but let's finally call the question it's time to implement the version of laura's law to help the seriously mentally ill we see on the streets. these folks are a danger to themselves and others and we must work with the system and put them on the pact through case management and monitoring. for two years now since i've been mayor we call this initiative for the community and it's working. this is helping people chief greater stability so this year we'll make the san francisco law calls laura's law pertinent. it's about public safety arrest despite a year where we experiences to homicides in our city san francisco remains the safest city at levels not seen since the 1960s. one homicide is too many. last year, i i was frustrated like all of you by the rash the homicides and shootings in this very community and i suggested we need to shack up our efforts for the police and communities to stop this voinsz. i regret the upheaval it started but i don't regret this today. since we launched the ipo we've seen some rules no homicides in august since the last thirty years.
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